CreativeLA is a philanthropic event created by thinkLA to unite the Los Angeles Advertising community and raise funds to benefit The Ad Relief of Greater Los Angeles (formerly AIEF), Light Bringer Project/L.A. Futures Academy and the Multicultural Advertising Training Program (MAT).
This first ever fundraising event will provide professionals in the Los Angeles, advertising industry, who are also artists the opportunity to showcase their original artwork. The event will be held on Sunday, June 26th at the Bergamot Station Gallery – James Gray Gallery from 1pm to 6pm.
The event will give attendees the opportunity to appreciate and purchase original art, eat from trendy food trucks, and enjoy the California sun with your friends, family and kids, all while helping to raise funds and awareness for the three thinkLA charities.
Artwork for the show will include paintings, photography, sculptures, and jewelry to be sold. Also, our generous food trucks will be donating a portion of the event sales back CreativeLA and all event tickets are considered a donation and are tax-deductible for attendees.
Come out and support local artists, the advertising community and the three philanthropic organizations.
Date: Sunday, June 26th, 2011
Time: 1:00pm to 6:00pm
Bergamot Station – James Gray Gallery
2525 Michigan Ave
Santa Monica, CA 90404
The event is open to everyone. Entrance tickets are required.
Free parking at Bergamot Station
Children under 12 are free
Tickets will include donated refreshments, free photo keepsake and lots of fun!
*Event ticket will be considered a 100% tax-deductible donation. All three charities are 501©3 organization. Please save your receipts when you register online.
Featured Food Trucks include:
Thank you to our sponsors
The event supports the following three charities…
Ad Relief of Greater Los Angeles: Our reason to exist is to lend a hand and help people get back on their feet again. The Advertising Industry Emergency Fund is a volunteer organization made up of advertising and promotions people brought together to help their colleagues in times of life crisis. If you or an industry peer has an accident or experiences some form of life crisis, is unable to work and can’t afford outstanding bills—and have exhausted all personal assets — AIEF is there. For more information please visit us at www.aief.org
Multicultural Advertising Training Program (MAT):
MAT Program opens doors and provides opportunities for multicultural talented college students that may not be available to them otherwise. We do this so that our interns may experience, develop within and, at the end of the day, diversify the advertising industry. By placing interns with industry experts, the MAT Program gives future leaders a unique education through relationship-building and industry-specific knowledge to help them build a career. The world is a diverse place. Our agencies should reflect that. For more information please visit us at www.matprogram.org.
Light Bringer Project: Has been engaged in programs which have supported youth in greater Pasadena and across Los Angeles County. Our model is not to deliver arts teaching in the classroom, but to create and provide real-world learning experiences. These programs are designed to inspire, forge mentorships, build communication and life skills, and help students lift themselves up to higher learning and vocational opportunities. For more information on the program please visit us at www.lightbringerproject.com.